Currently I am an Information Technology manager with years of experience under my belt and two degrees.
I am about to start college pursuing a 2 year degree in Computer Information Technology and am looking for the types of jobs available and some salary information. Any help is appreciated.
I am working in the field of information technology, however the manager i am reporting is not technically adept and irony to this if I skip my manager and go one manager above even he is limited Technical knowledge, both these guys have dominating managerial skills with little product knowledge, my manager dumps me with loads of work and not ready to listen to me when I say I am overloaded, besides this these guys are extremely political and double faced meaning they pretend to be very good in front of the business and very cruel and intimidating with their direct reporters, please advise i want to quit the job however I have a heavy home loan running under my name and I am not getting an suitable opening, slightly becoming nervous as well.
I need some help choosing a major...
An Associate degree in Business and Office Administration and
Associates degree in Business Information Technology or Office Technology?
The BIT and OT are the same thing, right?
Are either of these good for an introvert personality?
For someone that wants to work like in a back office somewhere which one would be better?
Which one would have the more available job opportunities or job choices?
What are good jobs for introverts that you only have to have an Associates or less to get?
Anything good? What does "information technology" mean exactly?
What are the term for information technology, application development, financial services, and project manager in the banking industry in greek?
I cannot explain what my job is to old friends and would appreciate some help
I am currently looking for an work at home job in the Information technology field in the Houston area. I am looking for this particular position because I am uncomfortable around people yet of course I still need to work. I currently have an bachelors degree in computer information systems.I have looked for this particular position in job sites such as dice.com,monster.com,careerbuilder.com but have found very few if any. Any information about legit jobs would be helpful. Thank you in advance.
I have been trying to find a general breakdown of the entire industry of computers and information technology, hoping there was a chart or directory that kind of broke it all down into major sections (like programmers, database administrators, systems designers, information managers, etc.) But so far I can't find such a chart that would help me pick a career. Does anyone know where I can go to kind of get the big picture?
I am going to school, I have taken college algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus, and calculus I with a 3.5 grade or better. I am very good at most office programs, but I do not like using or remember all the formulas for excel. I have a love hate relationship with accounting, I don't see myself liking it especially not as a job. I type pretty fast, around 70 words per minute, I am willing to take a course or just get better on my own, since I have a friend who said I should be typing at least at 85 per minute.
I wanted to be a bank manager, but bank managers have to use those excel formulas often... and I wouldn't like that, it's likely I could make a mistake and I'd have to double check everyone's work before processing, and I miss something, that could be the end of my job. I am trying to find a job that I could do math myself, something related to information technologies, or other math and/or computer related salaried positions. I would like to eventually become an executive at a company, after my Bachelor's, I will pursue master's degree.
I will come back to add details if needed.
Please give any advice, links, direction, help, suggestions, etc. that would get me to where I likely would like to be.
I would like to become a teacher, but I hear teachers don't get paid much. I was considering a Mathematician since a website said they get around 100k, although I do not know all of what they do, but I will research more on how much teachers, professors, and mathematicians make.
I have considered both Computer software engineering and engineering, I think I will reconsider them again, especially since I have done CAD in high school and I like it.
Financing I think I would like, I may need to give excel another chance at least, since I likely will need it for any business oriented job.
I am bachelor degree from IT (information technology)
Please tell where is your country and tell me what the job can I get.
I have been working with computers for sometime now. (really since my freshman year in college). I have a certificate in Information Technology but, I havent been able to get a job in that field. I have helped other people with their computers and also I always upgrade and crashed (which i learned on just doing that on my computer). I do not have the "experience" of actually working for any computer company. I basically taught myself how to use and keep a computer up and running. I also took computer classes microsoft office, installed some hardware (hard drive and floppy) installed software, and installed operating systems. I do not know how to program a computer. but, I know how to make sure that its running smoothly. alot of people say I should go into I.T. but in Chicago, IL, alot of jobs are not really trying to train somebody to fix a computer. I have the skills to do but can not find a job to go with it. do I need to go back to school for more training? or what?
I am a young professional, almost 2 years out of college with a Bachelors in engineering, and I work in the Information Technology industry (I'm currently a software tester). I want to find a job I can do from home, but they are few and far between. Would a Masters degree (in Information Technology) help me find a telecommuting position? I want to work in software, not call-center stuff or telemarketing. Does anyone have tips on what telecommuting managers are looking for, or if there's anything else I should be doing?
A side note - I work for the government as a contractor, and in my group the gov. employees are allowed to work from home once a week, but not the contractors. It's frustrating!
I am entering college in a year and my career choice is a computer systems software engineer. but the problem is, the college that ive been wanting to attend for ages doesn't have an engineering program. could i still get a (good) software engineering job with a degree in:
2-Computer Information Systems
3-Computer Information Science
if you know of any other degrees that hiring managers hire software engineers with, please let me know
all of your input is greatly appreciated, Thank-You!
List some jobs and a small description of the job please and thank you.
I dnt know which emphasis im going for yet tho..either health information technology or medical emphasis...which one would b better
plz be specific on wat kind of jobs..thanx
What is the job description and what kind of education do you need?
First of all, I know that it is very difficult to get permanent residency in Australia. However, I also know that it's possible to have sponsorship from your employer and apply for permanent residency. So I'm willing to try my best. Now I'm only starting out in an Australian university as an International student. I have an Information Technology background so that is my preferred course but my university also offers courses in Software Engineering and Business Informatics. I'm just wondering which course to study so I'll be able to get a job that has the most demand in Australia and I can have a higher chance of getting permanent residency. Basically, the software engineering course makes you a programmer/developer, the business informatics course gives you jobs related to the business side of IT like project managers and the "IT" course is a mix of both software and business. Also, I have interest in all three courses as they are kind of related so I'm just focusing on future outcomes.
I am a Filipino Citizen and looking for Information Technology job in Singapore.
Where can I find jobs like Programmer or Project Manager.
Computer science designates the scientific and mathematical approach in information technology and its applications, notably computer software. A computer scientist is a scientist who specialises in the theory of computation. So, is a computer scientist knowledgeable about computer hardware? Does he know how hardware works? Can he make his own computer?